Part of the fun of gardening is growing plants from seed in hopes of finding something new. In the 1990s we found a couple bloodroots, (Sanguinaria canadensis) in the Virginia mountains that had pink buds that opened white…pure white is normal. For the last fifteen years, we’ve been growing seed from these plants in hopes of one day getting one that opened pink. This year, we won the horticultural lottery. In flower today is our only plant, so it will take years to have enough to share, but here’s a peek into the future.